Congratulations to Woodbine’s leading trainer Mark Casse on his two winners at this year’s Breeders’ cup Championships at Keeneland in Kentucky.

Lexington, KY - Keeneland - Tepin with Julien Leparoux aboard wins the $2 Million Breeders' Cup Mile for trainer Mark E. Casse and owner Robert E. Masterson here today, Saturday October 31, 2015 during the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships. Photo by © Breeders' Cup/Gary Mook 2015

Lexington, KY – Keeneland – Tepin with Julien Leparoux aboard wins the $2 Million Breeders’ Cup Mile for trainer Mark E. Casse and owner Robert E. Masterson here today, Saturday October 31, 2015 during the Breeders’ Cup World Thoroughbred Championships. Photo by © Breeders’ Cup/Gary Mook 2015

Mark’s first ever Breeders’ Cup win was with Catch a Glimpse on Friday.  His second win was on Saturday with Tepin in the G1 $2,000,000 BC Mile for owner Robert Masterson.  Jim and Susan Hill’s Grand Arch, trained by Brian Lynch finished a very respectable third in the race behind 2015 Woodbine Mile winner, Mondialiste (IRE) in second.

Other Canadian connected winners at this year’s Breeders’ Cup include:

Windsor, Ontario native John Paul Reddam’s Reddam Racing LLC, is the owner of G1 $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner, Nyquist, trained by Doug O’Neill.

and Grade 1 $1,000,000 Filly and Mare Sprint winner, Wavell Avenue, is bred in Ontario by Eugene Melnyk, trained to victory by Chad Brown for owners M. Dubb, D. Simon, Head of Plains Partners LLC, and Bethlehem Stables LLC.